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Virginia company pays $310K to resolve false claims charges (access required)

(AP) A Virginia company and its owner have agreed to pay $310,000 to resolve allegations that they violated federal and state law by submitting false bills to Medicare and Medicaid, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Jacob Patterson, 66 of Danville, was a pharmacist who owned and operated Piedmont Infusion Services. The company employed nurses ...

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